simon.young wrote:1991 GT Team Avalanche in Midnight Aurora.
Pure class. Love it.
GT's old stuff just has the charisma that the new stuff never can match.
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simon.young wrote:Couldn't pass this up locally in Hobart. Thanks for the tipoff LG.
Reflex ALX 99 - Anodized Easton 6061 E9 main triangle, Ishiwata EX? cromo stays and forks bonded to steel lugs internally brazed and lugged.
Pretty much to spec M730 except tyres, and that seat. But the seatpost is split near the clamp, so I havent bothered yet. Cleaned up ok. Well used, but everything still spins well, and after playing around with seized STI, I love the thumbies!
Downtube cable routing, with anodized logo under downtube. Chainstay U-brake, with roller for rear der cable. Pretty cool . This is what sold it for me. Oh and the pink / blue combo
MoeJoe wrote:While we are on the subject of retro GT's. Here are my three members from the class of 99, 92 and 93.
Behold Zanger the Xizang, Avalanche with the dry ice paint schema and Justin Timberline in forest green with added green <drum roll please>
I silently moan the dullness of modern paintjobs.
QuangVuong wrote:Is it ime for me to enter the MTB scene? ...
Is the $350 worth it? Comes with the original XT FD.
And there were definite reliability problems - a Bath shop sold about six of the MTBs in 1992. All of them came back with broken frames.
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